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The younger French participant, Lamine Diaby Fadiga, admitted that he stole a valuable hour for his newly-transferred teammate Casper Dolberg, in a disaster that shook Good Good.
In response to Sky Information, the 18-year-old's future on the membership is at stake after he admits to stealing the $ 70,000 ($ 70,000) clock amid hypothesis that Good will quickly be sacked.
The disaster started on September 16, when the Danish striker, who moved from Ajax Amsterdam to Good for 18 million euros, was shocked by the disappearance of his watch from the membership's dressing room, prompting him to report the incident to police.
Diabe Fadiga was questioned after the investigation revealed that the striker, who represents the membership for the reason that age of 13 years, confessed to the theft, and apologized to his colleague and the supervisor of the staff veteran former midfielder Patrick Vieira.
Diaby, who represented France in younger age teams, is likely one of the most promising skills within the Good offensive and the "Duke" staff, having just lately signed his first skilled contract with the membership.
However in line with the French newspaper "L'Equipe", the membership is strongly contemplating the choice to dispense with Diaby instantly, after the theft scandal.